Systematic Theology II

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Lecturer

Dr. Stephen J. Wellum

A careful and systematic study of Christian doctrines, covering introduction to theology, revelation and Scripture, the existence, attributes, triune nature, and works of God in creation and providence, finishing with humanity and sin.

Learning Outcomes
  • integrate articulate and defend the basic theological doctrines of the historic Christian faith as covered in this course.

  • identify the importance of historical theology in the development of the doctrines of the person and work of Christ, the person and work of the Holy Spirit, salvation, the church, and the doctrinal issues surrounding the study of eschatology.

  • integrate articulate and defend the basic theological doctrines of the historic Christian faith as covered in this course.

  • compare and contrast the Christian worldview with other views especially in relation to Christology, pneumatology, soteriology, ecclesiology, and eschatology.

  • classify the interrelationships between various doctrines with the twin goal of beginning to formulate a Christian worldview, as well as bringing our life, language, and thought more in conformity to God’s Word.